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Scottish Highlands ­- Special Venues & Activities

Highland Experience Day

Seaplane Loch LomondSeaplane, speedboats, highland games, whisky distillery and a taste of Scotland.

Travel by luxury coach with a kilted event coordinator to the world famous Loch Lomond and an 8x4 marquee on the games field with breath-taking views across Loch Lomond, towards the mountains. The setting really is fantastic.

Guests split into three groups to rotate around three activities:

BBQ lunch on the banks of Loch Lomond with an excellent selection of quarter pounder beef burgers, cajun chicken and tiger prawns, with accompaniments. Soft drinks, beers and wine.

Wee dram tasting tour at Glengoyne Distillery. Glengoyne is one of Scotland’s most picturesque and well-kept distilleries.

Wee Dram TastingGuests are welcomed with a dram of 10 year old Single Highland Malt Whisky, a short video presentation and a guided tour of the working distillery.

At the end of the tour guests can relax with a taste of Glengoyne 17 year old Single Malt Whisky and an opportunity to browse in the excellent distillery shop. This is a fascinating insight into the world of whisky production.

Taste of Scotland at Prestonfield House - Traditional Scottish Show & Dinner

Dinner at Prestonfield HouseJoin us for a celebration of Scottish food, song and dance at historic Prestonfield House, Edinburgh's only AA 5 Red Star hotel and the magnificent setting for the renowned Taste of Scotland Show & Dinner.

Enjoy a four-course dinner with wine and an unforgettable taste of haggis, followed by a lavish 2 hour show with an inspiring cast, including three Scottish tenors, a special appearance by the Wee Highlanders and a tribute to Robert Burns, his songs and most famous recitations, including address to the Haggis and Auld Lang Syne.

Bagpipes, fiddles, dancing and kilts galore - a memorable evening not to be missed!

History & Culture

Hollyrood Palace, Museum of Scotland, Tower Restaurant & Shopping

Scottish Royal ResidenceExperience the audio tour at Holyrood Palace, The Royal Residence in Edinburgh and historic Home of Mary Queen of Scots. This is a great insight into the Monarchy in Scotland.

Visit the National Museum of Scotland. “Scotland: A Changing Nation” traces the varied experiences of people living and working in 20th century Scotland through five major themes of modern life: war, industry, daily life, emigration and politics.

Lunch at the highly acclaimed Tower Restaurant, in the tower above the Museum of Scotland. Scotland National Museum

The Tower Restaurant boasts unique city and castle views together with superlative food, wine & exemplary service. Edinburgh's first and finest rooftop restaurant has rapidly established itself with visitors and locals alike.

2 hours of time to shop on princess street and George street in the New Town.

Gala Evening & Dinner on the Royal Yacht Britannia

Britannia is a unique venue where exceptional service and superb menus make for a truly memorable event.

scottish-tours-royal-yacht-britanniaHer State Dining Room provides a dramatic backdrop for special occasions. This magnificent room is lined with gifts and original artefacts presented to the Royal Family around the world.

Your guests will come aboard via the Royal Brow, an honour previously reserved for members of the Royal Family and Heads of State, and as they arrive, Britannia’s Pipe Major will play.

Each guest will be welcomed into the State Drawing Room with a glass of chilled champagne and a selection of canapés before being invited on a tour of the Yacht.

Grand mahogany doors will then open to reveal the State Dining Room in all its splendour, lit by candlelight and impressively set, ready for an evening of dining pleasure.  

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